It may still be 105 degrees outside, but autumn really is on itsway, and now is the best time to plan for your garden’stransition. Tulare-Kings Counties Master Gardener PeytonEllas shares that she actually thinks of the garden year “…notfrom January-December, but from autumn to autumn, since somuch of our garden creation and recreation happens in thefall. The first half of September is preparation, and the secondhalf is when the action really begins.” So find a cozy spot,settle in with a glass of something cold, and let your thoughtswander to crisp days dotted with jewel-toned leaves driftingon cool breezes into pumpkin and sunflower-filled fields.Imagine the flowers and cool weather crops you’d like to plantand make your list of fall to-dos.

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